Stupidity can be exceptionally embarrassing, especially when that stupidity is coming out of the mouth of Representative Sheila Jackson Lee… which means it’s rather emotionally excruciating whenever she opens her mouth.
Considering how she’s not only been elected but also re-elected a few times now, it seems safe to say that the majority of constituents in Texas’ 18th congressional district are a bane on this country’s existence. And dumber than bricks, much like Sheila Jackson Lee herself, who stood up before the House the other day to:
“Maybe… offer a good thanks to the distinguished members of the majority, the Republicans, my chairman and others, for giving us an opportunity to have a deliberative constitutional discussion that reinforces the sanctity of this nation and how well it is that we have lasted some 400 years, operating under a constitution that clearly defines what is constitutional and what is not.”
Let’s forget for a moment her repetitive and therefore meaningless drivel about “a Constitution that clearly defines what is constitutional and what is not.” Let’s even set aside the fact that she is constantly voting to flush that very same Constitution down the toilet.
Even being that gracious, she’s still an absolute embarrassment.
Here she is, an elected member of The United States House of Representatives and a woman who has made a career out of American politics… Yet she doesn’t even know the general century – not the date or even the year, mind you. The century! – that our nation became a nation.
Exceptionally gracious pansies might point out that everyone makes a mistake or two when giving speeches. And exceptionally gracious pansies would be right about that to some degree.
But this is hardly Sheila Jackson Lee’s first time on the stupid-mobile. She’s also the one who asked NASA whether the Mars Rover could zoom in on “the flag the astronauts planted there before.”
Sure, Sheila. Why not. Let’s zoom the Mars Rover camera on a flag planted on the moon.
According to FrontPageMag, she’s also the loony who complained that hurricane names were racist. That we needed to represent “all racial groups” when naming such destructive forces.
Yeah, ‘cause that’ll show the KKK. You go, girl!
I watched the video of her saying the Constitution was 400-years-old, and my face is still red.
Kids, do yourself a favor and just read about how dumb this woman is. Watching the video is just too embarrassing.